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Let My People Passover

LET MY PEOPLE, PASSOVER THE SEDER THE HAGGADAH Seder literaly means "sequence" and is a 15 step ritualized meal that signifies the narrative of the Israelites deliverance from A special prayer book that outlines the 15 steps slavery. The Seder occurs during the first two nights of Passover. in the Seder sequence. THE SEDER TABLE Salt Water The Spiel 2. Most of us know the story of Passover from the epic film, The Ten Commandments. This holiday is a remembrance of the Exodus from slavery in Ancient Egypt. Families eat a special meal called a Seder that is full of unique symbolic foods. THE FOUR CUPS THE SEDER PLATE THE MATZA THE OPEN SEAT Representing the four expressions of Symbolic foods used to retell the Passover story. 1. Bitter Herbs A special round The messianic matza is broken in prophet Elijah is Moses had to lead the Jewish people out of Egypt in a hurry. deliverance, half and called the welcomed with an "I will bring out," 2. Parsley 3. Sweet Charoset Since there was no time to bake bread that could rise, a Afikoman. open door and seat It is hidden during at the table. Moses "I will deliver," "I will redeem," crunchy flatbread called Matza was made instead. sister Miriam, is honored with a cup 4. Hard Boiled Egg the Seder for This is why Passover is called the & "I will take. 5. Lettuce children to find. "Festival of Unleavened Bread". 6. Lamb Shank Bone of water, THE FOUR QUESTIONS +1 THE TEN PLAGUES The Numbers The youngest child in the family traditionally asks these questions. Calamities inflicted to persuade Pharoh to release the Jewish people from captivity. 8 DAYS & NIGHTS THE Why is this night different INTRO from all other nights? Nile turns 6 Boils The Israelites to blood O were instructed to paint their 1 Why do we eat matza instead of bread? 2 Frogs 7 Hail doors with 15 TH OF THE MONTH OF NISAN APRIL Lamb's blood so their ETWEEN MARCH 2 Why is it that on this night we eat bitter herbs? 3 Lice X 8 Locusts A homes would be "passed over", by the 8 EXODUS TELLS 13: THE STORY OF PASSOVER final plague. 3 Why is it we dip twice in salt water? 4 Flies 9 Darkness 40 YEARS OF TRAVELING IN THE SINAI DESERT AFTER THE EXODUS FROM EGPYT Why is it that we eat in a reclining position? 5 Pestilence 10 Death of the firstborn BCE IS THOUGHT TO BE WHEN 1476 PASSOVER FIRST TOOK PLACE Next year in Jerusalem! THE LAST SUPPER This famous scene in Renaissance art but, where's actually depicts a Passover Seder. the Matza? Design by: Some pictograms by: The Noun Projeet c2012 All Rights Reserved Data sources from: The Haggadah, Torah, Talmud,, & My Nana.

Let My People Passover

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The project explains the Jewish holiday of Passover and all of it's symbols.


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